Sales Representative-Immediate Hire-Will Train
Do you like meeting new people? Do yon enjoy closing deals every day? Are you looking for a dynamic and high energy industry? THIS GOULD BE THE CAREER (3Rjk) FOR YOU!
Fast Growing and Very Successful Credit Card Processor is looking for a dynamic outside sales person to sell credit products and check processing services in the local area.
What we need you to do:
• Attend 3 5 appointments daily
• Sell into small to middle sized businesses
• Work closely with sales manager in Dallas TX (by phone)
• Have ability to manage paperwork
• Medical benefits eligibility (资格) after 90 days
• One of the strongest compensation programs in the industry
• Monthly bonuses
• A jump start bonus of up to $ 750
Successful applicants often have experience in customer service, inside sales, outside sales, sales support, management roles, or other customer facing positions.
We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate On the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.
Please reply with a resume today!
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1. According to the text, the sales representative the company is looking for should______.
2. If hired, you can______.
3. Which of the following can help you apply successfully?
Susan Brownwell Anthony was a lady ahead of her time. She fought for women's rights long before it became a popular issue.
Susan was born on February 15, 1820, in Adams, Massachusetts. At that time, women had few rights. They could not own property. Money earned by a married woman belonged to her husband. Major decisions regarding children were made by the fathers. Women could not vote.
At the age of 15, Susan became a schoolteacher. She taught for 15 years. Then she began organizing women's groups to promote causes that were important to women. She helped gain better educational rights for women. She helped give married women possession of their earnings.
After the Civil War, Susan became very involved in the Woman's Suffrage Movement. After years of lecturing, writing, and appealing by Susan and other women, some parts of the United States changed their laws to give women the right to vote. The first state was Wyoming in 1869. Other areas and states gradually followed Wyoming's decision. It was not until 1920 that the U. S. Constitution was changed to give all women voting rights.
Susan Brownwell Anthony died in 1906 at the age of 86. She was elected to the American Hall of Fame in 1950. She was the first American woman to have a likeness (肖像) of her face on a coin. It was the T979 Susan Brwonwell Anthony dollar.
4. What was the situation of American women like when Susan was born?
5. What is the third paragraph mainly about?
6. What does the word "decision" in the fourth paragraph refer to?
7. What may be the best title for the text?
Crossing your legs is an extremely common habit; most people don't even notice that they're doing it when they sit down. While you may find it comfortable to sit with one knee crossed over the other, it might be causing health problems that you are not aware of.
A study published in Blood Pressure Monitoring stated that sitting with your legs crossed can increase your blood pressure. The reason for this is that the blood in your legs has to work against gravity to be pumped back to your heart and that crossing one leg over the other increases resistance, making it even harder for the blood to circulate. This causes your body to increase your blood pressure to push the blood back to the heart. You won't feel any immediate effects, but repeated, drawn-out increases in blood pressure can cause long-term health issues. So, planning to sit for a long period of time? Don't keep your legs crossed.
Crossing your legs at the knee can also cause pressure on the major nerve in your leg that passes just below your knee and along the outside of your leg, explains Richard Graves, a medical expert. This pressure can cause numbness and temporary paralysis (麻痹) of some of the muscles in your foot and leg, preventing you from being able to raise your ankle—what we know as that “pins and needles” sensation. While the feeling of discomfort may only last a minute or two, repeatedly crossing your legs until they feel numb can cause permanent nerve damage.
So next time you sit down, try to get yourself in the habit of sitting with both of your feet on the floor. Not only will it help your posture and stability, but it will also save your health in the long run.
8. What can we learn about crossing one's legs?
9. According to the study, sitting with your legs crossed can______.
10. In the third paragraph "pins and needles" probably means______.
11. What is the main purpose of the text?
Bees play a vital role in the world. Unfortunately, bees are dying by the second.
The main purpose of bees is to make honey. Honey, shockingly, does not exist for human consumption, it is essential to the insects. Honeybees store honey in their hives (蜂巢) in order for the bees to have energy for their flight muscles and for heating the hive during the winter period. They collect pollen (花粉) which supplies protein for young bees to grow.
According to Honey, com, the increased production and quality of agricultural crops as a result of honey bee pollination is valued &t more than1 $14/ 6 billion per year. These insects are responsible for over 70 of the fruits and vegetables we eat today, including apples, grapes, coffee, beans, and broccoli.
So if they are so valuable to agriculture, why do they keep dying off? A key suspect seems to be pesticides (农药). Honeybees who are exposed to pesticides result in the damage to their neurological (神经的) functions, specifically memory or behavior. And that's why the majority of worker bees disappear and leave behind a queen, plenty of food and a few nurse bees to care for the remaining immature bees and the queen. There are several other causes to the decline of bees, including the destruction of natural habitat, like woodlands, forests, and other habitats for bees. Climate change is also a factor in the decline of the wild bee population.
Actually, there are a variety of methods to help the bee population grow. One way is to start your own organic garden by planting bee-friendly plants. Pesticides are used in both industrial practices and even in your home, so it is best to find organic seeds and weed killers.
12. Why do honeybees store honey in their hives?
13. Apples and beans are mentioned in the third paragraph to show that _.
14. What is most likely to cause the worker bees to leave their hives behind?
15. What would the author probably discuss in the paragraph that follows?
Qiang Shuping was so busy making cloth shoes 41___ she didn’t even rest during the Dragon Boat Festival holiday. The woman from Baipu county, Jiangsu province, 42___ (make) shoes since she was 19 years old, and this year marks her 31st year making cloth shoes.
She spends the entire day in her tiny studio, which 43___ (measure) less than 10 square meters altogether, filled with cloth shoes in 44___ (variety) stages of completion.
Nowadays, many stores make cloth shoes 45___ (use) machines, but Qiang sticks to the technique of making shoes entirely 44___ hand. She says the shoes 45___ (produce) by machine are not of the same quality as handmade ones. The handmade cloth shoes are more durable (耐用的) and comfortable, 48___ (soft), and absorb sweat better.
Some people buy cloth shoes out of nostalgia (怀旧), while others trust 49___ (they) quality. Making shoes isn't a profitable job, but Qiang still insists as she wants to preserve the craft and pass it down to the younger generation.
Handmade cloth shoes are also called qian ceng di (shoes with a thousand layers), 50___ can date back to the ancient Zhou Dynasty (1050—221 BC). In 2009, the making technique of qian ceng di was listed as a national intangible cultural heritage
Empathy, the Key to Being Kind
In science class, your teacher tells everyone to find a partner for a project. Out of the comer of your eye, you notice one girl sitting alone and not making eye contact with anyone. You think about asking her to be your partner, but you're afraid people will think you're uncool. You don't reach out. 16___
Empathy is being able to understand and actually feel what someone else is feeling. For some people, this comes naturally; for others, it takes a bit more work. 17___ When you practice being empathetic, it gets easier to make kindness a part of your everyday life. If you can understand why people are feeling down, you'll want to help them. Here are some ideas that can help you.
18___ Someone not being able to find a group in class might not seem like a big deal—but part of being kind is noticing when someone seems sad, hurt or uncomfortable. After all, you have to notice how people feel in order to feel empathy and want to help them!
When you're trying to make kindness second nature, really getting other people's feelings is important 19___ Think about a time when you felt that way. Didn't you wish someone would reach out to you? If someone had offered you a few words of comfort, wouldn't it have made you feel so much happier?
So, when you find people around you who are feeling down next time, do not hesitate to put yourself in their shoes and reach out to them with a kind gesture. 20___ There is always a time when you expect others to relate to you and feel what you feel.
I retired from my family business four years ago. But I've never been 21___ of a challenge. I've sailed around the world before. And I've decided to fly east from Western Australia in a 22___.
For the last two years I have trained hard, spending 130 hours 23___ with my ground team. When the big day came, thousands of people gathered to 22___ the launch. It was a 23___ start, with a smooth and steady takeoff. I was 26___ but still had some doubts—I was flying into the 27___. I couldn't guarantee I'd see my friends and family again.
The capsule where I stayed was designed to 28___ if I landed in water, but I was not sure whether I could 29___ the cruelty of the Ocean. 30___, I kept watching the weather, communicating with my land team and 31___ altitude to achieve the perfect speed and direction.
On my fifth day, I was terrified to notice I was losing oxygen. 32___, I managed to save my life by adjusting the pressure in the oxygen cylinder (氧气筒) to stop the oxygen escaping.
I know it was vital to stay 33___ to control the flight, altitude and my oxygen flow, so I held a spoon between two fingers—If I 32___, it would fall and wake me up. I never questioned why I was doing this. It is such a unique 33___ to see our beautiful planet from high above.
Seeing the coast of Australia again on my 11th day was a huge 36___. I knew my journey was nearly over. It was to be a new world record. I could see my team 37___ below as I flew over.
This 38___ really pushed me to my limits, but it hasn't 39___ me. Next year, I want to fly even higher to break another 40___ for the hot-air balloon flight